Seccession is all the talk right now. You hear it on Glenn Beck’s show; you read it it on the Internet.
What should be done?
It’s a serious business, made more serious by the weak Supreme Court justices who didn’t have the spine to take up a legitimate beef that the state of Texas had with other states who it felt had enabled a fraudulent Presidential election.
The media not surprisingly supported the fraudulent election by endlessly repeating the word baseless whenever a citizen spoke up about the lack of integrity in the election.
The media, fervent followers of Joseph Goebbels that they are, sincerely believes that saying something makes it so.
Of course they would believe this; they’ve been getting away with it for years.
Baseless, they screamed. Show us the evidence, they charged.
Mayor Giuliani complied with hours upon hours of testimony by average Americans who came forward to tell stories of fraud.
Show us the evidence, the media countered.
Feckless pseudo-Republicans like Mitt Romney joined in and supported the media lie.
Baseless, they screamed. Trump is a sore loser.
Blah, blah, blah.
The time for talk is over.
There is no more room for talk.
If the people who oppose the election of Joe Biden allow this election to stand, then nothing else is relevant.
There is no point to participation in government when legal recourse is denied.
All that remains is action or submission.
If the aggrieved parties will not stand up now, when will they stand up?
Submission on the other hand is death.
Glenn Beck raises the subject of secession. He asks aloud whether we the secessionists have enough grievances to secede.
He then goes on to compare our situation to that of the Founding Fathers in 1776 and implies that we do not have enough grievances.
Glenn Beck (Yale) is wrong in two ways. First, as to whether we have enough grievances, let’s review our grievances.
The useless Vietnam war of the 1960s, the stagflation of the 1970s, the Savings and Loan debacle of the 1980s, the outsourcing of jobs to China commencing in the 1980s, the .com bubble collapse of the 1990s, the endless wars in the Middle East commencing in the early 2000s, the 2008 subprime mortgage crisis, the OxyContin crisis of the 2000s, the COVID-19 crisis in 2020.
Let’s not forget the sweeping under the rug of Hillary Clinton’s financial shenanigans in Haiti, the killing of Jeffrey Epstein in prison, the murder of Seth Rich, and the imprisonment of Julian Assange and the subsequent denial of his basic right to a speedy trial.
Through their immoral leadership the elites took away our lives, our savings, our houses, the value of our money, the unimpeachable nature of our Bill of Rights, and now our jobs and businesses. Is that not enough?
Second, the question of secession is false.
We are not seceding from anything.
It’s our country that has been surreptitiously stolen from us by the arrogant, avaricious fools from the Ivy League who are led by Harvard University.
The cowards on the Supreme Court are in large part Ivy League graduates. John Roberts is a Harvard fool. Bill Gates is an honorary Harvard fool. Anthony Fauci is a fool from Cornell. Chris Fredo Cuomo is a fool from Yale. Ditto to Anderson Vanderbilt. Fareed Zakaria, chief defender of Bill Gates, is a fool from Harvard. The leader of the Hearst Corporation, Steven Swartz, is a Harvard fool. Jeff Bezos is a Princeton fool. Mitt Romney is a Harvard fool. Chuck Schumer is a Harvard fool. Amy Klobuchar is a Yale fool. Ben Sasse is a Yale fool. Warren Buffett is a fool from the Wharton school. Bill and Hillary Clinton are Yale fools. Gerald Ford was a Yale fool. Barack Obama is a Harvard fool. Bush 41 was a Yale fool. Bush 43 is still a Yale fool. The list goes on and on.
Of course, it is not just people from the Ivy League who are hurting us. This immoral cartel has their wannabe puppets who will gladly suck Harvard’s cock for a nickel.
They are the society destroyers. All of them contributed to the demise of the American republic. They are the secessionists.
They seceded from the Constitution.
They seceded from the American republic that our Founding Fathers gifted us.
They seceded the day they in person or in spirit vouched for the honesty of this election.
Shame on them.
Gentlemen, fix your bayonets.
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